How a Model Based on Linguistic Theory Can Improve the Assessment of Decision-Making Capacity for Persons With Dementia
Brauner, Daniel J.
Merel, Susan E.
Journal of Clinical Ethics 2006 Summer; 17(2): 139-148
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